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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY 4, HUH iJAGii ELEVEN SOF11S! mm w, EMI Th 3 sessions are .over, i every part, ttia hut I: that the campaign'Just 1 factor in the' continue to grow as ejch person in Lethbrtdg? his duty ;o the in ttrts re- ganl. Seldom (toes then: appear in LetbbrlJga a man so vel.-vcrsed ]n more his subject or'wlth anccit than but' have left 'Something lie- hiudl Tor citizens to UUnl; about. It is a pity if there arc any niothers in I.QU-bridge who have not sue.i hia ex- hibit or taken to ..cart .he facts there- contained. Tli? baby clinic, the nursery, the Little Mothers olc.i.aii- strstion rlnss all come in Tor special mention niid the hearty co-operation of everyone that lias helped to make tlio campaign a success. At'three o'clock! yesterday the after is the largest e lopmc nt of t ti e child, and that tholchild Is moat cas- through .Sliu tulJ of the physical ynd mental benefits derived trom giving examples or the various kinds of aa ___ ....._... physical,, natural, a'uil la her ___ _____ ___ Mr. Dotisun. earnest soon (ionvlneed Her His lectures'have r.ot only been in-j hearers] o. the values to he derived Marriage' p.; .Ihe Unfit. Mr. Uobson (ook as his subject "The Marriage '-.cT atul taking the tliefuo- where he left oft at bis former address went on to state Uiat the family has been fixed by our Ideals as to marriage, anil thai study on tills point has re- vealed tliat sonic persons-are unfitted lor married life. _. llev. Dob son went .on to .oulllue the noon sessions, of IJaby Welfare were four classes o'r people who should not continued In .Wesley hall.- Kev. Baker marry, namely the feeble-minded, the was In' tlic chatr and opened Hie ses- iusane through affect- Mem by a fewwonls, remarkiuK that diseases ami those In being a baby is a hazardous business. Vl-liom tuberculosis is ;actlve." Dr. Campbell's -Dr. Campbell then spoke 1'reveution of .-Infectious 'Diseases in stating that the majority 1 oC babiefe are born a perfect bo- dy in pfcr.ect order- He then went on to JescribB Uie difference between in- fcctoua or contagious dlneases. Dr. L'arapbelJ gj-Vb three; methods of pre- vetitlon of disease; by keeping the child lie alt by if there Is -no disease iii the neighborhood, by staying away from the horuRS of those infected and av oiding gsthe ri ngs en in EC cli o us diseases arc about, and in, the casti nl disease keeping aivny from others are wall, {bat is closely observing- the quarantine lasers. Dr. Campbell's forcible remarks were ot great value to the mothers present. Miss Gladys .Hilling then very ez- cellenlly rendered Be.ecticm, and was fnllotf ed by jliss Jackson in 3ior lecture 1 .ducat Ion i TJjrougli l clfic poisons, (amfly Atn diseases, (rfaeuniatisni, otr. He also warned the public agaiiui vvriam j speaking In o. ihy y of the 'young o. ada. This was fultoweg by a very j U'rial things iti thij essential executed solo by Mrs. OAwfoul Jaiid desires lo provide for every and afterwards by -Kfv. holi-tm on then developed, thus we s uiaky our nation Every Citizen. Child Welfare u_Xs thai every loyal citizen euncyra hiui_e.t v.-ith the sav- ing of the cbildren, Icrgeiliim ihe ma- and Play. TjitS" spcaBerls- wer'e great Ipt.rasjL educilfon 'was :of She tsylained 'Dial the dj-vclopmcni of The speaker oxplaineOl ihe lion between the pbyslOlly and mentally defective. In the case of the forpicr-it cah often be'Cured, (p Uie ease of the-Ja.ter it is a state thai cannot hci cured for they lack something that treating' can never give. What not a.hospi- tal but education, where the rest of (heir faciiliies can lie .devel- oped so that they'ran others havo planned for them. Iii this connection Dobs'tm "siaterl iimt Iliere fs no stlgnu to "life ut.acliecl to such mental diae.sos more tban Physical diseases. Should Not Marry, From CO to SO per mental defectives-are due to.heredity, and consernient.y' prevented froni -maro'iPg.-: while, the remaining 20 lo 40 per dufe't'o at diseases or-otlTer He italed that .tl.epfe'.wp's-ria'case.on rec- ord'whero two mental" defeciltes .art nijirricd liad produced norma] children a great many facia and illustrations" an- Ihentic cases oir'-riGCorrt xhsre' tram the marriage ot_olik _sf lV-0 ol su_h typL3 many or all of l council will coulees Uiat vi_e is crated. We need to save the boys and giils. There is a lack ol' chaperouage, hi Canada vre need ;t little nioro of ihe conventions of sociely 10 saf-i direct and develop htinian I'.fc. Mr. .l.obson palil n 'glowing tribute to the I'liitccl Stales in w.iai !t done in Ibis cojuiectlon ami asks (hit we. uct groups, lo have a publtc'si.itrit aud a deep patriotism ranscrrlng -Ui4 vclopiug ihe human resources ,6f our nation, Authorities Should Have Ai ttie close of Mils liaker remarkeci that thn Mayor ami council and_ all Hie men in the city sUiouUl have-been there lo hear ilicae facts. He paid thnt he had once made Ihe .statement that vice was by the city yoveruuient of lo the extent of legalization and that Uio Mayor- had admitted that it was, Mr, Baker mllirmted thai Hid council had been elected marc upon their; ability 'oF'good financing than upon'their attention to the moral as- pects city. Mr. Cragg then remarked that He had made certain string statement! about vice in the city from the puSjiit ;liat had gone unchallenged. X White Light of Pub.Icf'y.- In response to Dr. .livers' Sir. Dobson's remark Reconstruction After :ht War." Mr. Dobson the city uppii its park in the cmre us indi- cative oMba public-spiM ot the L'ili- local l.y ;L tif no slums and with cwiiliiiur..; con- ducive ot best "ton ill lions for li'j.i.e lie staled that grriit IS.UL---I must bo faced these days with a m-.v stiirit and clearer visions. cbaraclerlstlc of days jg t.o work as a group. Mr. ".-Job- sou, He Is the biggest iuhn why Oiitiks not of self but lu the terms of the family, the cl.y or best uf nil, the nation. Ooit is-inTioiU'ly be- ctiuse'hc Ihinks in terms ol humanity. Our human lilft is ju.-U as the men.anti aro showing the adult tbe opportunity fur devel- opment to hia utmost t-apuciiy. Oepi. of Govt. In order to do this Mr. thtuks tbat a dtpartmenl io !hc ROV- crn in en! should be for so- cial reconstruction presided over by n.'.niMcr of the caliinet ami to l.avu hild j" four bvireous: A Doinlaieu Hoard of tof struggle ;vgahist social cases, for this is funila mentis !ly civil jtrobleni', ami- it should be tLc duty of, public officials --to mate a pure clean life within reach of ;ts it Is 'Iii the spread of disease the dangtr lies, ibl A bureau of child welfare to save tbe cbililren. (c) An aggressive, health department and de- partiu A well tilled close at- tyiition lo the mossag's oi Kfrangclist yt the Christian Church last night, t.'mloubtciily ..tils was Uic lh6 OVaRgellSt llilH rlcHverod.' HH subjeci was "Tho Kin and Curu of Uenoniinatlonalism." At Hie request of .1 largo number of those present tiie sermon will stpnvar in the1 columns of this pajipr nyxl week. .Mrs. the latter, beinx nsideratiou. Ju capacity to think of the natiuij and ihie conuoctiou the speaker "Vncc lueiii of hyglent', t present, under con j again emphasized ihe necessity for proper ireglstrallori and called the at- Things Essrntial, Mr, Doljson said lhat iwo tMuss are tunlion oii Ihe audience to the fact essential for a nation mart in unison, I that every? iti tUen should he Infoniied MenvW anted for ihk Canadian Service Oflicers from raenqua- ified to fill 'posilinal as Mutei, Chief Artificer onj Artificer Kn- Pay S2.50 to per day. under cooditlans. J and Engine Room Artificers, to Seamen 90c. Stokers SI.00 (a Sl.te, Carpenters 51.20 lo Slcwatds to SI-SO per day and separation under usual conditions'. Some vacancies for Boy Stewards, ages 16-18. Pay 50s. Prce Free Messing. Qualified men cannot fidd a better wiy to serve their couotry during the 39 'V' Confimantfinq Ofilccr H.M. C.S. RAINBOW to the i] our capacity to ..use human welfare goi ,hat the value of., a nation rxists ts human life and the supreme issue of a natEop is tbe conservyftcn cif her human resources, iiini.1 be con- f the nation! In the ,cjre, nutrition, guidance and i-.s resources develofeincnt of (Hi? child, (d) A Do- on to prove r.iinlon bureau of edueiition to promote industrial, vocations, su nor vision of playr ami greater ds-velopment. ol the ehild. Mr, Dobson closed by nuking a most touching1 appeal for conserva-1 tion of Tood. We should not'need toj be tohi to -avy ihe inin who is'sav-i iug us. Vctc of Thanks. At the conclusion Ilev. t'ragg moveil a hearly vdto of xhanks on behalf of llio rounril of Women to Mr. Dubson not only fov hi.1? .tlrrin.? dresses but far his wonderful ami aho a vote of thanks to ihe doctors gave their assUtanue in I .eetuririB antl al the baby clinic. It is a noticeable fp.i.t that tliere several nieu ijreaeni iti the auy dEence. KagLin is continuing to he: aud- iences each uighi with touclsins solos. Tomorrow the evangelist will aueak at 11.30 a.m. and again IJ.IH. mnrniog will he "Arc Christ.ins or Only Church >i i Is "Tim CaH uf Conscience." This ia said lo be mut of Ml'. Pagan's strongcn Mrs. will sing bolt morning and and tbe t'aguns will also their best duct at'the evening liom-. I On .Monday even inc. by unanimous rc- Tiir. Kagan will preach on Die subject of "Daucmg." Having al or.o lime been u prominent (Eauccr in his home city in NevrZealand he htiTidte.s lus subject from fir.-1-bfcn'.l in forma- lion. Next week will be the last -peek ti- the meetings auJ the pastor of this church is anxious that all shall avuil themselves of the opportunity to hear Uiesfi ialentf-1 evangelists. RESCUED FROM LYNCHHRS yiiiaieatiQlis; .liny hi.vlnu IJGUU sRvtrely hci.tnn ami fiivt-n a in' yolloiv j.Tii.t OJo Nelson, boiler maker, was it'sciifd from a. crowd of ft'llovi- employe.! who threaten- v oil him. Xelson ts alleg- ed to have made seditious ut- ff terancies criticiziug Ajuprica's in the u-ar. ,1 v cerning publicity of j's A Esqufmalt, B. C. Naval Recruiting Secretary, Induslrial Bureau MAIN STRE'ET, WINNIPEG MAN. or N'aval Stiretary Never-Failing RenWdy for Appendicitis J cdlgesl ton, {jtoinacli KidneySlonej- arc often caused by Gall {.tones, and mislead'Dcopfe until tbosc tad Gall Stone Colic Kot one In Call Stone Stifferftrs kfiowa what is thei trouble.' Mar.atl'A will cure vtithotif p-iitf or oper- atJon. Buy fiom JACKSON. COr prugrjii.S, Ulhbrtdge, AH a. hail been feeble-mmdetl provicg to lie drunkatds, crirafuals etc. froin actitaVIifc 1 to drive'home the law df deal With y.cft-'WA do tis'the eri- crny, ' ati-l! Nalnfnf? Oilman life. -j' Mr.-Dobson aiilod.'lhal Isn't a .cily in the city con- mut- speaker of tiie afteruoo-v-rc- jilied that publiclly meant Ihe know- 1 of.llie nature of such, ij.s'eascs, getting the actual facts ami letting the pcoplo, know and letting tiie ivhiie light of truth come out the t facts, of our city." One Inily' afli-nvards complimented Mr. Uobsrm UatnS t Imive "x i Everiinfl The evening session opened with Father1 McCaffrey presiding ,and- HIP assembletl audience saug "Oh Canada." In hia bpcnlng address Father Me- C.alfrey 'ni'adu a few remarks regairJ- iriR the fnnclainental ideas regarding babies, antf the racrtbal the children should he the parents, -A spin was then beautifully Miss Bessitf HazeUaUer whlcii- Dr. Lafferty spoke_on TT.rie viewing it Iron, a purely me- dical stanripo.r.1. He stdtcil-tlmthiam forms of disease may be transmuted anil'the child can inherit certain" ape- Kllit4EY8 Succwded Operation "JoiJErrs, J real In n spcrialislus 1 hart beeB- S jiulTcriog terribly with in the f liUtldcr. HchaJdecidcrtcn anoptia.'.H lion nnd 5led bynfiolh er dcttor. Z Thevtaiilth-cnlculus was l-iaa a bcnn too tiaril tociasfi Had they 5 coulrt nolukc Itcul, i waSTtcora- 2 mended ty n fricad lo try Gin Fills, I boujht a Iwx anil found rtlid ftoni 2 p-iinotoncc, I did not expect 2 thsi would me nf Ibc 2 lo mjLgt rat joy I rwsscdthe S stone on 3rd mid am now a S ivetl aao and very fl J. Gitv Pills flre tlie greatest solvent S for uricactf. cvcrofTercd, Profit by Mr. Lessard's exainple if yori K havo S tone or Gravel, Rhttima- g .tism'br other Kidney ot Bladder g disorctcr. "if" f H "nfl dealers a box or 6 bo.vfS for SampleJrct if yo'j ivrito KiUonat Drag Chsmkul Co. Toronto'.' V. f'TT'O-D'AY him- 4" self whatxeconomy means: mean to stop buying the things you need. It means get- value for each expenditure .so thatyour money go as possible, Lt means'saving-that margin we used to spend thoughtlessly for the "highest-priced" that they were necessarily the best' In fact, the Economy of really'means flTifm.' of The tnoney you fppcarance..; The difference" is'duc to" the grade of y itfiponaht item. You fnaylie jay-' 'ST.dtcrial.usciaTid 10 a certain citcntf-Ura trimmings ir >our shoes .and workmanship, ivhich increases con. butadds veiyp D( course, that shoes, like ivc in price. But there is a limit to I 'hich it it necessary to pay for good shoes: Tale them on shoes ing too much foi You knovr, of course, that shoes, like everything have EOHCUD in crice. But there is a limit to th price _ _ For.example: If yotf are paying a certain price fo5 Ehpcs and can get the same wear and appearance in a shoe for a dollar or two less, 'yon'vfant to It is not for a man in the shoe to judge the exact value of a shoe from ils appearance. You may therefore, that necessary to pay the highest price.always iii order to good shoes. That is not'so: For instance: Ames Holdcn McGrcady Men's jfisf Shoes are being made .today to-ietail-'frqm to. Sio. There arc more c.tpcnsivc shoes on the mar- ket, but it is not necessary to pay over giojor good shoes, and will buy shoe's that give good serv- ice for the price. There is quite a difference between !56 and but shoes at both these prices .arc. very similar in little to the wear or appearance, i :For'cxample: our men's shoes retailing la, orSlo are made of skin and cbs- materials throughout, but you can buy sho'es for or that are madeoPtKe skiri large calf qra cow. This leather does not cpmniand sucU high prices te-' " is weight arid not quite'so fine in' texture, but it will as weH and only experienced .shoe and leather men can appreciate any difference -its appearance. v Differences in price sec do not necessarily 'affect the actual wear or'slylish appearance of the shoe, but arc mostly.due to certain-little luxuries and ex- travagancies which maybe desirable in pormal limes but not Therefore, if you want to economize in footwear, ;ask your dealer to show you Ames Holdcn .shoes that retail at the price you can afford to pay' Ames Holden. KlcCrcady make all kinds of foot-. wear for men, women and children, Y The lime jy.on jjnrcftase shoes, twk'for Ihe A. K. M. trade-mark.' H; is a gnitfe (o good values, because it is found only on shoes df good appearance which give excellent riear ihe price. When you buy A. H, sftossu. you can always be sure that you have got-fall vntue. That's 'genuine ;AMES-HOLDEMMcCREADY "SjTpcmakers. io the Natio.n" DliN TORONTO VilNNIPEG .EDMONTON sir r -xs..- ;